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file systems, and directs it to create an ext3 file system (using the -j option). Any of the file builders can be used directly to create a file system of that type. Options are listed before the device name. The next example is equivalent to the previous one, creating an ext3 file system on the hdb1 device. mkfs.ext3 /dev/hdb1 The syntax for the mkfs command is as follows. You can add options for a particular file system after the type and before the device. The block size is used for file builders that do not detect the disk size.
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mkfs options [-t type] file-sysoptions device size
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The same procedure works for floppy disks. In this case, the mkfs command takes as its argument the device name. It uses the ext2 file system (the default for mkfs), because a floppy is too small to support a journaling file system. # mkfs /dev/fd0
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If you want to create a swap partition, you first use fdisk or parted to create the partition, if it does not already exist, and then you use the mkswap command to format it as a swap partition. mkswap formats the entire partition unless otherwise instructed. It takes as its argument the device name for the swap partition. mkswap /dev/hdb2
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You then need to create an entry for it in the /etc/fstab file so that it will be automatically mounted when your system boots.
CD-ROM Recording
Recording data to CD-ROM disks on Linux involves creating a CD image file of the CD-ROM, and then writing that image file to a CD-R or CD-RW disk in your CD-R/RW drive. With the mkisofs command, you can create a CD image file, which you can then write to a CD-R/RW write device. Once you create your CD image file, you can write it to a CD-write device, using the cdrecord or cdwrite applications. The cdrecord application is a more powerful application with many options. You can also use Gnome and KDE CD recording applications such as KOnCD and Gnome Toaster to create your CDs easily. Most are frontends to the mkisofs and cdrecord tools. To record DVD disks on DVD writers, you can use dvdrecord (the counterpart to cdrecord) for DVD-R/RW drives and the dvd+rw tools for DVD+RW/+R drives. If you want to record CD-ROMs on a DVD writer, you can just use cdrecord.
TIP dvdrecord currently works only on DVD-R/RW drives, and is part of the dvdrtools package. If you want to use DVD+RW/+R drives, you would use the dvd+rw tools such as growisofs and dvd+rw-format. dvd+rw tools is currently included only in the Debian distribution. For Red Hat, you have to download and compile dvd+rw tools from the DVD+RW/+R for Linux page at http:// fy.chalmers.se/~appro/linux/DVD+RW.
mkisofs
To create a CD image, you first select the files you want on your CD. Then you can use mkisofs to create an ISO CD image of them.
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You may need to include several important options with mkisofs to create a data CD properly. The -o option is used to specify the name of the CD image file. This can be any name you want to give it. The -R option specifies RockRidge CD protocols, and the -J option provides for long Windows 95/98/ME or XP names. The -r option, in addition to the RockRidge protocols (-R), sets standard global permissions for your files, like read access for all users and no write access because the CD-ROM is read only. The -T option creates translation tables for filenames for use on systems that are not RockRidge- compliant. The -U option provides for relaxed filenames that are not standard ISO- compliant, such as long filenames, those with more than one period in their name, those that begin with a period such as shell configuration files, and ones that use lowercase characters (there are also separate options for each of these features if you just want to use a few of them). Most RPM and source code package names fall in this category. The -iso-level option lets you remove ISO restrictions such as the length of a filename. The -V option sets the volume label (name) for the CD. Finally, the -v option displays the progress of the image creation.
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